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Morocco’s inaugural legal cannabis harvest yields 294 tons

Morocco's foray into the legal cannabis industry has yielded a promising first harvest, exceeding expectations with a total of 294 tonnes cultivated in 2023.

This accomplishment marks a significant step for the North African nation, which established the National Agency for the Regulation of Cannabis-Related Activities (ANRAC) in 2022 to oversee the cultivation, production, and processing of cannabis for authorized purposes.

The culmination of last year's harvest was the result of a meticulously managed system involving growers, cooperatives, and processors, all operating under ANRAC's supervision. Notably, the recent authorization for legal cultivation of the "Beldia" variety in the Al Hoceima region highlights Morocco's recognition of the therapeutic properties and industrial potential of cannabis.

With strict ANRAC oversight, initiatives such as those led by local experts like Abdellatif Adbib in K├ętama promise to invigorate the local industry and stimulate regional economies.

Read more at moroccoworldnews.com

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